The Interior Architecture MFA course at Corcoran School of the Arts and Design in Washington DC explores all aspects of design development from conception to visualisation.
School: Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, George Washington University
Course: Interior Architecture MFA
Location: Washington DC
Course dates: January 2022 to May 2022
Application deadline: 4 January 2022
The Interior Architecture MFA's Studio 5 capstone course builds on the culmination of skills and knowledge that the student has gained throughout the Interior Architecture program. Students will develop an interior design project with a focus on their area of interest, within the context of Washington DC.
The student engages in a full semester of research prior to the Studio 5 semester, in which they create a programme and schedule for their project.
The capstone incorporates all aspects of design development from ideation and conceptual thinking to a fully realised final presentation.
With a concentration on the design process and visualisation, as well as an exploration of the user experience, spaces are created with the aim to push the interior design profession forward.
Top image: Upcycling Retail Experience Store by Mengjiao Wang, who graduated from Corcoran School of the Arts and Design in 2021.